DOUBLE trouble! Zara Carmichael's fella Adam Regan announces he is moving into Emma Reid's B&B service with his twin brother Gareth on Doctors!
It could be DOUBLE trouble for Zara Carmichael (played by Elisabeth Dermot Walsh) on Doctors (1:45pm on BBC One, see our TV Guide for full listings), as her new boyfriend Adam Regan (Edward MacLiam) makes plans to move into Emma Reid's (Dido Miles) B&B set-up with his twin brother, Gareth!
Zara didn't mention Emma's set-up when Adam first mentioned Gareth had been booted out of home by his wife. But Adam remembered Emma talking about her domestic set-up. So now the Regan brothers are moving in and Emma couldn't be happier!
Has single Emma got her eye on the now single Gareth? Hmm, maybe she and Zara can go on DOUBLE dates with the brothers! Too soon?
Meanwhile, Daniel Granger (Matthew Chambers) is trying to get his life back on track now he has begun his counselling sessions.
So he decides to lay down a few ground rules to his ex, Zara. Yes, she can introduce their young son Joe to her new man, Adam. But first, Daniel wants to meet Adam by himself.
Uh-oh, the ex meeting the new boyfriend? This could get awkward!
Elsewhere in Letherbridge, Karen (Jan Pearson) and Rob Hollins (Chris Walker) prepare for the arrival of new foster child, Martha Rose (Lillian Hardy).
Martha is super-shy, and Rob and Karen realise the girl has led a very restrictive life because of her mum's paranoia about Martha's nut allergy.
So Karen and Rob decide to let Martha out into the world so she can have some fun. But could there be trouble in store?
ALSO, midwife Ruhma Carter (Bharti Patel) has her hands full with a pair of squabbling sisters, Daisy (Lekhani Chiwa) and Poppy Seabrook (Crystal Condie) who make a nuisance of themselves while Ruhma is trying to deliver pregnant Poppy's baby!
But when the baby's father Connor Hackett (Jacob Wright) arrives at the hospital too late to witness the birth, things go from bad to worse...
Doctors continues weekdays at 1:45pm on BBC One
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